By Award-winning Daniel MacIvor
“All that wasted time. There is no time to waste.”
opens Wednesday April 4 and runs to May 6 in Tarragon Theatre’s Extra Space
Tarragon Theatre is pleased to present the Toronto premiere of Was Spring, written and directed by the multi-talented, award-winning playwright, director, actor and filmmaker, Daniel MacIvor. Was Spring runs March 27- May 6 in Tarragon Theatre’s Extra Space.
Three women clash over a tragic event in their past. Somewhere in the pain there is love, somewhere in tragedy there is meaning but when you've been betrayed by your own dreams and a lifetime's worth of guilt, can you still find it? Together, Kit (Jessica Moss), Kath (Caroline Gillis) and Kitty (Clare Coulter), attempt to reconnect and are reminded winter eventually leads to spring.
One of Canada's best known playwrights, and currently a playwright-in-residence at Tarragon, Daniel MacIvor has written and directed numerous award-winning productions since he began creating theatre in 1986. Was Spring is a powerful exploration of the stories we are afraid to tell.
Tarragon Theatre presents the Toronto premiere of
Written & Directed by Daniel MacIvor
Starring Clare Coulter, Caroline Gillis and Jessica Moss
Set Design and Lighting by Kimberly Purtell
Costume Design by Shawn Kerwin
Sound Design by Verne Good
Opens April 4 and runs to May 6, 2012 (Previews from March 27)
Tarragon Theatre's Extra Space, 30 Bridgman Avenue, Toronto
For tickets call 416-531-1827 or visit www.tarragontheatre.com
Added by dwcommunications1 on March 23, 2012